The chance that Potential Tropical Cyclone #9 will impact Coffee County is “very low,” according to the Coffee County EMA.
Current trends continue to shift the track of the PTC eastward, which means the chances of the area being impacted will lower further, according to the CC EMA.
The PTC is expected to re-curve to the north and east off the east coast of Florida and Georgia Sunday night into Monday morning, according to the CC EMA.
The eastward shift also means the PTC will continue to lower the chances of rain for the area keeping it hot and dry, according to the CC EMA.
The CC EMA said it will issue no other updates unless major chances are made to the track of the storm.